Range Rover L322 MY02 Workshop Manual System Description and Operation (LRL0424ENG 2nd Edition).
The Td6 diesel engine is a 3.0 litre, 6 cylinder, in-line direct injection unit, with 4 valves per cylinder, operated by two overhead camshafts. The engine emissions comply with ECD3 (European Commission Directive) legislative requirements and employs a catalytic converter, electronic engine management control, positive crankcase ventilation and exhaust gas recirculation to limit the emission of pollutants. The unit is water cooled and turbocharged. The fuel injection system features common rail technology.
The cylinder block is of cast iron construction with a cast aluminium stiffening plate bolted to the bottom of the block to improve lower structure rigidity. The cylinder head is cast aluminium with a moulded plastic camshaft cover. The single-piece oil sump is also cast aluminium. The exhaust manifold is mounted on the right side of the engine and a moulded plastic acoustic cover is fitted over the upper engine to reduce engine generated noise.
To reduce the level of transmitted engine vibration to the vehicle body, the engine is mounted on two hydraulically damped mountings, fitted between the engine support brackets and engine sub-frame. These are controlled by the Engine Control Module (ECM).
- ENGINE Td6
- ENGINE V8
- ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – Td6
- ENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – V8
- FUEL DELIVERY SYSTEM – Td6
- FUEL DELIVERY SYSTEM – V8
- COOLING SYSTEM – Td6
- COOLING SYSTEM – V8
- MANIFOLDS AND EXHAUST SYSTEM – Td6
- MANIFOLDS AND EXHAUST SYSTEM – V8
- TRANSFER BOX
- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION – GM 5L40-E
- AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION – ZF 5HP24
- DRIVE AND PROPELLER SHAFTS
- FINAL DRIVE
- RESTRAINT SYSTEMS
- INTERIOR TRIM COMPONENTS
- AIR CONDITIONING
- WIPERS AND WASHERS
- CHARGING AND STARTING
- BODY CONTROL UNIT
- COMMUNICATION DATA BUSES
- ENTERTAINMENT AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
- DRIVING AIDS
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